Stanley Crouch describes her as “the real thing,” and indeed she is: pure-voiced and free of affectations, with a round, robust sound as sparkling and fresh as iced Perrier yet as dense and rich as darkest espresso. - Christopher Loudon, JazzTimes
I am so thrilled to be invited to play at this world wide known jazz club joining me will be:
Phil Robson on Guitar –
“Phil Robson’s music, on a first hearing, always gives me that feeling I haven’t yet heard right the way through it to the other side. Yes, there are moments of beauty, external allure, yes there is variety. But there is also a depth which brings one back wanting to revisit, to hear more and more….. unmissable.” londonjazznews.com
Jed Levy on Sax and Flute http://www.jedlevy.com/
What critics say of Jed Levy - from the All About Jazz review of "Evans Explorations"Jed Levy has set for himself in his explorations of a piece of the Evans digest using his tenor trio is a daunting one.
Saxophonist Jed Levy has been a mainstay on the New York jazz scene for over 20 years. In addition to performing and recording as a leader, he has had long standing working relationships with such jazz luminaries as Jaki Byard (a musical mentor, 3 recordings and countless performances), Don Patterson, Jack McDuff (valuable road experience), Ron McClure (2 CDs and ongoing performances), and Headhunters drummer Mike Clark (2 CD's and new projects in the works.)
55 Bar is the go to place in NYC any time as they have live music Sunday afternoons new time slot 3- 5pm and nightly -I invite you to please come support my debut at this legendary club on Sunday July 29th between 3 and 5 pm – 55 Bar features amazing innovative talent and Air Conditioning and the bartenders are the top Kirby-Kyra, Dave, Johnathan, Amanda, and more. Doug Womble has the first Sunday in each month 3 to 5pm.